Beans are naturally low in fat and packed with protein, vitamins, and minerals. They're also very high in fiber, so the effect of the carbohydrate in beans on your blood sugar is minimal. In fact, some studies show that eating beans can actually help decrease blood sugar.

Recipe by Oxmoor House January 2005

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Recipe Summary

Yield:
1 1/4 cups (serving size: 2 tablespoons)
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Ingredients

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Directions

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  • Place all ingredients in a food processor; process to a spreadable consistency. Cover and chill until ready to serve. Serve with whole wheat pita chips or raw vegetables (chips and vegetables not included in analysis).

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  • carbo rating: 3

Source

The Complete Step-by-Step Low Carb Cookbook

Nutrition Facts

35 calories; calories from fat 0%; fat 1.5g; saturated fat 0.2g; mono fat 0g; poly fat 0g; protein 1.1g; carbohydrates 4.1g; fiber 1.1g; cholesterol 0mg; iron 0.4mg; sodium 100mg; calcium 9mg.
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